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DIY Wall Garden Favors on http://ruffledblog.com - great use for airplants!
Ruffled® | DIY Vertical Terrarium Mini Garden Wedding Favors from spice tin magnets
Wedding favors? mini Terrariums. Gravel (can be found at any pet store in the aquarium section) - Air plants, cactus or succulents (you will need a small amount of potting soil if not using air plants) - Moss - spray paint - magnetic metal tins (from here or here, you just need to slap magnetic tape on the back!) - Dremel tool - painter’s tape - E6000 glue Cover your tins with painter’s tape before you begin spray painting the inside of them. Spray tins with 3-4 light coats until they have are opaque in solid white. While your tins are drying, remove the acrylic top from all lids by putting a small amount of pressure with your hands to pop them off. Measure the diameter and mark a line with a permanent marker. Using the diamond cutter tip of your Dremel tool, slice all acrylic lids in halves (you can also try different shapes or drill holes). Lightly sand the edges using a sander tip of your Dremel tool. Place acrylic tops back in the metal frame of the caps and glue both pieces. We also recommend dabbing the edges of the tins with a q-tip with glue to seal the lids to prevent the weight from the gravel popping out of the containers. It took one wall terrarium to splash gravel all over the floor for us to figure that out :) Once your tins are dry from spray paint, remove tape and wash tins with water and soap. Close all tins, now with open front lids. Add gravel, misty moss and air plants. If you prefer building a closed terrarium and skipping cutting the lids, you will need activated charcoal, which can be found in the aquarium section at any pet store. Air plants won’t work well in closed containers, so you may want to switch to ferns and small leafy plants.
DIY Tutorial for Tiny Wall Garden - Uses magnetic metal tins, gravel and air plants.
Magnetic Metal Tin - Terrific DIY Terrarium Ideas ... | All Women Stalk
Vertical Garden AND outdoor screen!
LOVE this vertical garden! by Miriella, via Flickr
Living wall - succulents as wall art. Yes please.
Vertical garden! I want to do this next year.
Planting stripe on decking continues onto fence
How to create a Vertical Wall Garden- I have to replace some old fencing this Spring! What an awesome idea!!! The best part, the pallets are Free!!! If it's free, it's for me!!!!!!!!!!!!
I wish I could figure out how they made the ball o' succulents one. That was crazy.
Definitely would put on the side of my garden shed if it were made entirely of stones
Don't have much space to grow your favorite plants? Try building a vertical garden like this one, designed by Susie Frazier.
DIY Air plant ornaments. This is so cool!!! I could leave these decorations up all year!!
tentacle . air plant . jellyfish . tillandsia garden urchin. $20.00, via Etsy.
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